Day two of promoting The Brief Against Obama: The Rise, Fall and Epic Fail of the Hope and Change Presidency begins as a guest on Fox & Friends and ends as as a guest host aside Joe Kernan on Larry Kudlow’s CNBC program this evening. In between, a marathon of radio and a cage match with Dennis Prager.
The good news is that Guy P. Benson will be filling in for me on air today an that he is tasked with plugging the book at least 30 times and at generating at least as many entries into the contest.
The better news is that I won’t have to discuss this New York Times article, the latest in a series of attacks-dressed-up-as-stories.
Of course Mitt Romney sometimes stumbles on the stump, but far fewer times than does President Obama, and Romney’s impromptu speaking is about 1000% better than the uh-uh-uh marathons Obama unleashes whenever he is off prompter. Any “reporter” can find a few instances of what she believes to be awkward moments on the trail, but don’t go hunting for the Times’ assessment of the president’s increasingly frantic attempts to either avoid questions all together or to filibuster his way through the easiest inquiries.
But that is for Guy. My job is to keep focusing back on the record of the worst presidency since before World War II.
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